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Congrats! CSC Distinguished Engineers & Architects 2017

Yesterday CSC announced Distinguished Engineers & Architects, Batch 2017

Congrats to all the distinguished folks. Welcome on board...

Distinguished Architects 
Randy Arthur (Americas) serves as product owner for CSC’s IaaS offerings and as a lead solutions
architect for complex integration projects involving cloud computing technologies. During his 16-year
career with CSC, Randy  has worked successfully in various roles including midrange service delivery,
pre-sales solution development and product management. He was the first CTO of CSC’s Cloud 
technology “incubator.”

Graham Chastney (UKI&N) is a global domain architect experienced in workplace technologies, 
solution strategy and solution governance. He is a global collaborator who is relied upon to provide
thought leadership to solution teams and to build and development teams. Graham is the founder 
and lead author of the Technology Perspectives blog, which he regards as part of a broader ambition
to enhance CSC productivity and collaboration.

Ged Cunliffe (UKI&N) is the industry chief architect for CSC’s UK manufacturing business. With over
30 years of experience, he has directed and delivered solutions for clients in aerospace, defense and
manufacturing. He has a passion for technology that encourages him to uncover new and emerging
technologies and introduce them to CSC and its clients.

Max Hemingway (UKI&N) is an enterprise architect with over 29 years of industry experience, currently
working as chief architect on CSC’s BAE Systems account. He has led several multimillion dollar transitions
and digital transformation projects for our clients and has specific expertise in the areas of IoT, cloud, and 
design and deployment of applications, systems and network architectures. He is a Fellow of the British 
Computer Society and a Chartered IT Professional, holds the TOGAF (The Open Group Architecture 
Framework) Certification and is a STEM Ambassador.  He is also an active tech blogger

Distinguished Engineers
Stu Downes (UKI&N) is a solution lead within the CSC MyWorkStyle offering group. Stu’s role working 
with product management, industry analysts, key clients and partners gives him a unique view of market
trends and client needs. Since joining CSC in 1999, Stu has had a number of roles delivering, designing
and leading solutions and products. Stu won a 2016 CSC Sales Excellence award for the workplace 
solution for the UK Metropolitan Police Service.  An author of the digital shifts position paper 
The New Digital Workplace is Contextual,” Stu focuses on shaping workplace products that
enable the hyper productive digital workplace. He blogs at

Dr. Greg Kelaart-Courtney (AMEA) is a global senior principal and business and technical thought leader
with over 30 years of  expertise guiding large complex programs throughout the Middle East, Africa, Central
and Eastern Europe, Latin America, and Asia Pacific. Greg is known as a skilled consultant and subject matter
expert who possesses in-depth knowledge of the public sector, travel and transport, healthcare and life sciences,
financial services and telecommunications industries. He demonstrates continued success in aligning customers’ 
strategic vision to viable business and IT strategies, with a passion to lead these programs from inception to

Andrew Lee (UKI&N) is a performance engineer in CSC’s Global Business Services division in the United
Kingdom. He has over 26 years of experience creating performance models for application and system 
architectures of many types, from avionics to healthcare to law enforcement. He has a deep understanding
of the performance life cycle and the implications of design decisions across all technologies. He regularly 
blogs about performance engineering and modeling on his website at

Meganen Naidoo (ANZ), a solution architect in CSC’s Sales Solutions and Delivery Architecture team, is 
deeply involved in defining architecture, roadmaps and solution designs, and undertaking projects in line 
with business goals and strategy. An industry expert with 32 years of experience on IBM zSeries, he is 
often called upon by IBM to assist with IBM Redbooks and client presentations. He has authored three
books on the IBM z/OS operating system, and his certifications are responsible for CSC Australia being
compliant with the IBM zSeries, pSeries and Storage Reseller Partner program initiative.


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